Our comfortable and specially-designed Rose Gardens Neighborhood is home to considerate care for those suffering from cognitive decline and memory care degeneration such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia care West Columbia SC.

Residents can participate in activities such as Bible studies, poetry readings, and wellness programs, or they can choose to explore secure gardens and outings created just for them.

Our Memory Support community is open to direct admission with existing residents having priority consideration if they ever were to need more assistance.

If your loved one is struggling with memory issues or dementia, learn more about our services and direct admission information for Rose Gardens, the Greenway at Still Hopes Memory Care neighborhood by visiting the link below.

Experience an active retirement lifestyle on your own accord.

As a Continuing Care Retirement Community, and the area’s first Life Plan Community West Columbia, SC, Still Hopes offers an engaged and enjoyable senior adult community for the greater Columbia area. Our campus is continually adding new activities and offerings at the request of our wonderful residents.

Learn how to play a new instrument at our retirement community. Paint your next masterpiece. Spend weekends with friends and family. Engage in a spiritual Bible study. Savor the variety at four unique dining venues on campus. Build strength and social ties in our Wellness Center. Plan your days exactly how you like them.

Live the active retirement you want in an independent, maintenance-free environment without worrying about the tedious responsibilities.

The Rose Gardens Neighborhood at Still Hopes is a special dementia care neighborhood, licensed by DHEC as a Community Residential Care Facility (CRCF), commonly known as “Assisted Living.” It is not a skilled nursing facility. For a complete listing of what can be provided in a CRCF, please visit this link: https://scdhec.gov/sites/default/files/Library/Regulations/R.61-84.pdf

To learn what can be provided in a skilled nursing setting, please visit this link: https://scdhec.gov/sites/default/files/Library/Regulations/R.61-17.pdf